Free Relationship Education Programs Announced

Real Relationships, a free relationship education project of Children’s Aid Society, will hold free programs in DuBois and Brockport in October.

A weekend retreat for married couples will be held at Scottish Heights Golf Club and Lodge Oct. 18-19. The program is available exclusively to married couples and includes catered meals, Sheetz gift cards and free overnight accommodations at the lodge.

A one-day workshop for engaged or committed couples is set Oct. 26 at Lakeview Lodge in Treasure Lake. Participants will learn about communication danger signs and positive communication skills, stress management techniques, skills for handling conflict and building teamwork in a relationship and more. The workshop includes free catered meals and $100 in Sheetz cards.  The program also offers half off the cost of the marriage license.

Real Relationships isn’t counseling or therapy; it is fun, free, valuable relationship education. Couples don’t have to be having issues to enroll in the program and they are never asked to share any personal information.

The workshop is designed to be fun, educational and interactive. Both are a blend of instruction, group and couple activities.

This project is funded by a federal grant through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.

Funding for the program was provided because the importance of successful relationships was realized.

For more information or to enroll, contact 814-765-2686, Ext. 240, or realrelationships@childaid.org.

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